New laws and regulations responding to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic are forcing employers to make monumental decisions about their employees and workplaces, amid almost daily changes. Weintraub’s Labor and Employment Group is tracking the changes and providing updates and resources on the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the many other legal and regulatory changes being implemented. For assistance, reach out to attorneys in our Labor and Employment Group.
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Here are the Weintraub articles, blog posts, and webinars addressing employment law issues related to COVID-19:
The DFEH’s Free On-Line Sexual Harassment Prevention Training For Non-Supervisors is FINALLY Available
California Continues to Work With Counties for the Slow Re-Opening of the State
EEOC Again Updates its Guidance & FAQ’s Regarding COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws
Governor Newsom Announces the Gradual Beginning of Stage 2 of California’s Re-Opening Plan
California Employers Likely Immune To Employee COVID-19 Lawsuits, But More Susceptible To COVID-19 Workers-Compensation Claims
Emergency Paid Sick Leave Now Available for Employees of Large Employers in California’s Food Supply Sector
Finally – SBA Guidance on an Employer’s PPP Loan Forgiveness When Employees Refuse to Return to Work
Webinar: Employment Issues Upon Re-Entry to the Workplace
EEOC Updates its Guidance & FAQs Regarding COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws
4th UPDATE: DOL Again Updates Question & Answers Page for FFCRA
3rd UPDATE: DOL Again Updates Questions & Answers Page for FFCRA
DOL’s Informational Webinar re FFCRA Compliance Goes Live
The IRS FAQs Provide Guidance on Employee Documentation/Information to Support FFCRA Leave
DOL Announces Temporary Rules for FFCRA Implementation; Informational Webinar to be Released on April 3, 2020
Webinar: Employing in the Age of COVID-19: What Employers Need To Know
2nd UPDATE: DOL Again Updates Question & Answers Page for Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act: Expansion of Unemployment Benefits Through the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance Program
DOL Updates Questions & Answers Page for Families First Coronavirus Response Act
San Francisco Issues New Guidance on San Francisco Paid Sick Leave During Pandemic; Financial Relief for San Francisco Employers
DOL Issues Model Notice To Employees Of Rights Under Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Families First Coronavirus Response Act Takes Effect April 1, 2020
Webinar: The Impact of New Coronavirus Legislation on Business
More On The FFCRA: Payroll Tax Credits And Period Of Non-Enforcement
COVID-19: Resources for California Employers (Updated 4/3/20)
IRS to Provide Tax Relief to Some Employers in Light of Families First Coronavirus Response Act
Governor’s Newsom’s Statewide Order is in Place So Now, How Do Businesses Identify Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers?
California Governor Newsom Issues Statewide Stay at Home Order
(H.R. 6201) FAMILIES FIRST CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE ACT: What Employers Should Know